22 March 2016 Philppines U22 team (SEA Games) to play Malaysia U22 The Philippines U-22 team will play an international friendly against Malaysia U-22 on 23 March 2016 at the Stadium Tuanku Abdul Rahman in Paroi, Malaysia.
The PHI U-22 team left Manila for Singapore last 18 March 2016 to train, and play against Tampines Rovers FC U-22 on 20 March 2016 at Jurong West Stadium where they lost 1-0 to the host team.
The following players from the U-22 national pool had been selected by Head Coach Dan Padernal to suit up in these international friendlies:
Asong, Michael – San Beda College Bautista, Junell – Baguio State University Bayan, Ronilo – De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde Beaton, Charlie – Kaya FC Bucayan, Jay-R – San Beda College Casambre, Marco Alessandro – Global FC / Claret School Cheng, Jaime Vicenzo – Macquarie University Crestal, Jimson – San Beda College De La Torre, Franco – San Beda College Genco, Lorenzo Kanayama, John Christopher – Global FC Laguerta, Earl Real – Far Eastern University Linatoc, Terrence – Stallion Giligan’s FC Marzan, Jerome – San Beda College Miranda, Julian – Enderun Colleges Oberiano, Ivan James – University of the Philippines Talaroc, Richard – Global FC
Head coach Dan Padernal is assisted by assistant coach Marlon Piñero and goalkeeping coach Noel Marcaida.
These international friendlies form part of the preparation of the Philippines U-22 for the 29th Southeast Asian Games to be held in Kuala Lumpur in 2017.
22 March 2016 Philippines U22 captain confident of defeating Malaysia BY ZULHILMI ZAINAL
Philippines U22 are confident of proving themselves against Malaysia U22, when they meet on Wednesday night in their friendly match.
If host Malaysia Under-22 were unwilling to guarantee a win, their opponents on Wednesday, Philippines Under-22 have expressed a lot more determination regarding the match. Team captain Richard Talaroc told the media during the pre-match press conference in Seremban; "We are confident of defeating Malaysia. My teammates have given 100% focus on this match." From the get-go, head coach Dan Padernal also expressed the same level of confidence in the press conference; "We are not here for a vacation..., we are always excited to face the biggest teams in South East Asia." Although only two players from their 2014 SEA Games are in the squad for Wednesday's match, Padernal explained the reason for his confidence. "Malaysia don't always play well, and the new head coach is German, and I have undergone German coaching courses myself. "Malaysia will play an attacking game, but my boys will be expecting them, he explained. When asked by Goal whether his team will be composed of players who are only part Filipino as the senior team, Padernal responded in the negative. "The Philippine Football Federation has decided to go a different route for our developmental teams; the U16, U18, U19 and now the U22. They have opted to develop locally-based players, who are expected to deliver," he explained. www.goal.com/en-my/news/3889/main/2016/03/22/21580222/philippines-u22-captain-confident-of-defeating-malaysia
Too overconfident for my taste considering their opponents will have plenty of players with professional first team experience already in the Malaysian national league.
The Philippine's only goal is through a PK by Kanayama. I guess all the false bravado didn't do them any good.
Apparently there was no players from the 2 finalists in the recent PFF U 22 championships in this squad, and very few reps from UAAP schools as well, so I don't know how this could be considered the legitimate U22 national team. Most of the players are from PFF techninal director's Caslib's San Beda squads. Of course it is possible that many of the UAAP schools did not release their players for training camp as has been the case in the past. Nevertheless, I think they should also have recruited more of the players who have had experience in the UFL, as well as the finalists from the U22 championships to beef up the team since they were going to be able to face players with professional experience from Malaysia.
I think the better strategy should be recruit the best possible talent with potential regardless of where they play or if they're based abroad, as long they're Filipino then give them a chance to represent the Philippines.any chance of seeing Giann Magno,Malcherek,Posarelli,Harry Foll,Kevin Guerra,Raphael Obermair,a ndres Esswein,Winhoffer,Mathew Custodio,Patrik Franksson? PFF should be serious in forming the best possible team.as this is SEA games
The Philippines U22 Men’s Team will face the Malaysian U22 Team on 08 December 2016 at the Rizal Memorial Stadium. The game scheduled to kick off at 7:00PM is a friendly match in preparation for the 2017 SEA Games which will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on August 2017. Admission to the match is free.
Here is the line-up of the Philippines U22 Men’s Team.
BAUTISTA, Junell Mark – Benguet State University BRICENCIO, Marvin Jake BORLONGAN, Jeremiah – University of the Philippines CHENG, Jaime Vicenzo – SD Raiders FC CASAMBRE, Marco Alessandro – University of the Philippines / Global FC CLARINO, Julian Mariano – University of the Philippines / Loyola Meralco Sparks FC CRESTAL, Jimson – San Beda College DE GUZMAN, Raphael Clifford – De La Salle University DIAMANTE, Darius Joseph – De La Salle University GADIA, Daniel Bernan – University of the Philippines / Loyola Meralco Sparks FC GAYOSO, Javier Augustine – Ateneo de Manila University GENCO, Lorenzo Giuseppe – Kaya FC KOIZUMI, Yoshiharu – De La Salle University LAGUERTA, Earl Real – De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde LAPAS, Christian – University of the Philippines LIMBO, Dimitri Lionel RESUMA, Raphael Vincent – University of the Philippines TALAROC, Richard Jr – Global FC VALENZUELA, Patrick – National University VILLANUEVA, Nathanael Ace – University of the Philippines / Loyola Meralco Sparks FC VILACCIN, Nico
The Coaching Staff is Headed by Marlon Maro who is assisted by Jose Maria Aberasturi, Marlon Pinero, and Noel Marcaida. The team is managed by Jefferson Cheng with Miguelito Sanchez. The team will have its official practice today, 07 December 2016, 4:00PM at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
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